Another two-post day!!! Aha!!
First (and I meant to say this earlier) my motivation seems to have returned this week, and I very much appreciate every one's patience as I complained my way through my lack of enthusiasm last week. I am not sure what has happened in the last two days that seemed to have put me back on track, but it was like I woke up Sunday, and WHAM! Motivation kissed me good morning.
That, in addition to the fact that my diet has returned to normal as well, and I think that alone greatly contributes to my motivation (and hip size).
So Yay for Me!
Second (you knew there was rant in here somewhere, didn't ya?) I am just now making dinner and watching Access Hollywood in the background (ahem, I mean, someone turned it on...must have...I didn't...intentially...) and Katie Holmes-girl was on. Here's my question: Does bitch know any other words besides "amazing" and "wonderful?" Actually, I stand corrected, because she used the word "glorious" to described motherhood or some shit. With a straight-faced she used that word. True story.
Let me tell ya something, Holmes-girl - you are married to the craziest man in Hollywood, second only to Brit-Brit at this point, you get paid three million dollars a year to maintain your fake marriage, you drown your sorrows at Barney's, and you still make bad movies (have you seen her in Thank You for Smoking? No thank you, Ms. Robot). There is nothing "glorious" about your weird ass life (okay, maybe the 3 mil might qualify, but still, her husband believes in a religion of aliens...okay?)
And when you sit in interview with this weird-ass drugged-up smile and proclaim how "amazing" and "wonderful" and "normal" and "amazing" your life is, as if to have someone feeding you lines through an earpiece, no one is really buying it.
Because relationships are WORK, 'ol girl, and yours must be an overtime job. They may have moments of glory, moments of amazing, but when you sit up there and regurgitate BS about how you have never felt a moment of difficulty in your relationship, you are a liar. A rich liar in designer clothes, but a liar nonetheless.
Down here on planet Earth, I have never met anyone that hasn't said, "Yeah, I wondered if we could make it" or "We definitely have our struggles" or even "Sometimes I want to smother the bastard in his sleep." Again, I am sure there are probably more good times than bad times in most relationships that work, but I think we need to be realistic about the fact that even the best relationships aren't problem-free, as Holmes-girl would like us to believe.
That, and I still haven't found out for sure if she paid her way into the Boston Marathon.